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A Fugly Truth Made Pretty: A Cartoonist's Depiction Of Wealth Inequality

A Fugly Truth Made Pretty: A Cartoonist's Depiction Of Wealth Inequality. I'd be remiss to ignore that the illustration contains a small mistake: That gigantisized money stack on the far left is actually five bundles shorter than it should be. (Sigh...)

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from the Guardian

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012

CITY INCOME DONUTS  Bill Rankin, 2006 This shows the distribution of income per capita around the 25 largest cities in the US (pop. > 2,000,000). The goal was to test the DonutHypothesis (a city will create concentric rings of wealth and poverty, with the rich both in the suburbs and in the "revitalized" downtown. This seems to have validity in older cities like Boston, New York, or Chicago, but in newer cities there are "wedges" of wealth in a continuous slice from the center to the…

CITY INCOME DONUTS Bill Rankin, 2006 This shows the distribution of income per capita around the 25 largest cities in the US (pop. > 2,000,000). The goal was to test the DonutHypothesis (a city will create concentric rings of wealth and poverty, with the rich both in the suburbs and in the "revitalized" downtown. This seems to have validity in older cities like Boston, New York, or Chicago, but in newer cities there are "wedges" of wealth in a continuous slice from the center to the…

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from the Guardian

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012

If U.S. Land were divided like U.S. Wealth [click on this image for a short video and analysis about how Americans often underestimate the extent of economic inequality]>>> kinda reminds me how the people live in The Hunger Games... That's not good.

from Telegraph.co.uk

The Church has been hijacked by a woolly left-of-centre Keynesianism

The Church has been hijacked by a woolly left-of-centre Keynesianism. There are just as many passages in the Bible that support a smaller state and more liberal markets as there are those that are for wealth distribution and price controls.

from the Guardian

US wealth inequality - top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90%

Average wealth of families in the bottom 90% and the top 1% of the wealth distribution, in constant 2010 US dollars, 1946-2012